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Old 14 June 2012, 09:05   #11
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oops perish "THE" thought!!!
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Old 14 June 2012, 09:26   #12
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Only one snake related punn (from Telcowilliam)! Very poor show.

Yes JBT, it was a Ballistic - should have been a "Cobra" though!
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Old 14 June 2012, 09:48   #13
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A Krait, surely?

A Cobra or Vipermax might seem more appropriate, but stripes on the seats is more a Ballistic thing. I thought it was a nice Adderition to the colour scheme. However, I bet the owner would have given you no fangs for it.
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Old 14 June 2012, 12:23   #14
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Definitely a milk snake-I've got one about that size in a tank next to me.

Hang on, I've got a Ballistic too.

Ok, fess up-who's nicked my boat, fixed it and drystacked it?
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Old 14 June 2012, 13:17   #15
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Ive had a milk shake on the boat before but would swim a four minute mile if I found a milk snake on my boat
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Old 14 June 2012, 14:41   #16
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Mid-journey - perish he thought!! Me overboard
That's just what I was thinking!

Would have been an interesting call to the coastguard...
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Old 14 June 2012, 15:21   #17
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The snake puns are hissssterical. I would try to adder some, but don't want to make an asp of myself
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Fangs for the info Steve , I want to be absolutely serpent there is not one on my boat ,was it stacked above or below mine?
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Nowhere near your Rib John! It is a mystery how it get there though it must have "scaled" the racking.

We thought maybe it escaped from it's owner and was spotted by a hungry sea gull who picked it up and dropped it in the rib - truely a case of "boa meets gull"!!!!!
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truely a case of "boa meets gull"!!!!!
They're getting worse! I think you'd better recoil that one
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